The Energy and Chemicals industry is a mainstay of Singapore’s economy. Even though Singapore does not produce oil, we have developed an extensive and integrated energy and chemicals value chain, spanning refining to olefins production and chemicals manufacturing, that is supported by research and development.
Today, Singapore has three refineries with a refining capacity of more than 1.3 million barrels a day and four crackers with an ethylene output capacity of four million tonnes per annum, placing Singapore among the world’s top five refinery export hubs and top ten global chemical hubs by chemicals export volume.
Looking ahead, Singapore will play an increasingly significant role as it sits in the heart of Asia, the world’s fastest and largest growing market for chemicals. The industry currently employs more than 28,000 workers, most of whom are Singaporeans. Through the Energy and Chemicals Industry Transformation Map (ITM), the industry is expected to achieve a manufacturing value added of S$12.7 billion and introduce 1,400 new jobs by 2025.
Hence, Singaporeans can look forward to interesting and fulfilling careers in the Energy and Chemicals industry. New opportunities will arise as the industry undergoes transformation and growth through the adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies and diversification into higher value-added chemicals.
Singaporeans with a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience in the Energy and Chemicals industry
Committed to deepening skills and contributing to the Energy and Chemicals industry
Currently enrolled in or granted admission into any of the qualifying courses
Required to complete chosen courses
Required to incur out-of-pocket training-related expenses associated with the course (i.e. must not be fully sponsored by company or other government agencies for all course fees and training-related expenses associated with the course)
Not a previous recipient of any SkillsFuture Study Award
Public officers are encouraged to apply for the relevant in-house schemes offered by their respective organisations. The Public Service is committed towards skills deepening and government agencies have a range of training and development schemes to support skills upgrading for public officers.
|Specialist Diploma in Analytical Science
||Ngee Ann Polytechnic1|
|Specialist Diploma in Formulation Science & Technology||Singapore Polytechnic2|
|Advanced Diploma in Chemical Engineering|
|Diploma in Applied Science (Chemical Laboratory Technology)|
|Diploma in Applied Science (Chemical Process Technology)||Temasek Polytechnic3|
1For qualifying courses at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, only students from the Oct 2017, Apr 2018 and Oct 2018 intakes are eligible to apply.
2For qualifying courses at Singapore Polytechnic, only students from the Apr 2018 and Oct 2018 intakes are eligible to apply.
3For qualifying courses at Temasek Polytechnic, only students from the Apr 2018 and Oct 2018 intakes are eligible to apply.
Application Period and Evaluation Process
From 8 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018
Evaluation of applications will take about 6 to 8 weeks after the closing date. Shortlisted applicants will be notified.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Mr Winston Lim
Phone: 6460 6265
Mrs Chang-Tan Pek Kin
Phone: 6772 1890
Ms Chelsia Lim
Phone: 6788 1212